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Ghostface Killah, Sheek Louch, Frank Dukes 

When: Tue., Oct. 26, 9:30 p.m. 2010
Price: $16-18

Def Jam Records has become increasingly known for botching careers, recently pushing Shyne and Nas to air their grievances against the label. Ghostface's seven-year run with Def Jam doesn't appear to be as tumultuous, mostly because faithful Wu-Tang heads are similar to die-hard New York Yankees fans. They'll do whatever it takes to support their "rap Derek Jeter." Via Twitter, Ghostface recently announced that his ninth LP, The Apollo Kids, will be released mid-December. For all of us in the Triangle, the LP's title should resonate, as Ghostface dropped the line "straight from Raleigh-Durham" on the song "Apollo Kids," from his 2000 sophomore masterpiece, Supreme Clientele. Raekwon rocked Hopscotch last month; this month his Wu-Tang bredren rock Carrboro. W's up! —Eric Tullis

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